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post #1 of 6 Old 02-13-2003, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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I'm going to get a turbo timer very soon and wanted some feedback as to which ones are good, pros and cons, and ease of install. Thanks, Chuck.
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Finding a turbo timer that will work with your alarm system is going to hard, but if anyone knows of one please do tell!!!
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I'm planning on getting an aftermarket alarm this weekend since some @$$hole stole my motorcycle two days ago. So if they're better or worse with aftermarket alarms, someone let me know. Thanks, CHuck.
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I have the Apexi in mine. Works great. I don't have an alarm, but a friend with a Eclipse turbo says his works with his Viper alarm with no problems. When you get ready to do it, let me know. I had to find out some of the installation tricks the hard way.
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i got a blitz fatt with the harness. It works great, but you have to arm the car your self with the remote after it stops. Im cool with that- wait 2 mins at most to make sure my rex is ok is fine by me.

"natural is nice but i'd rather be forced and blown"
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just dont let your aftermarket alarm see and ignition source and it will still arm while your TT is active. the worst that will happen is you will lose ignition controlled doorlock feature. hope this helps
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